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    Double Coconut Cream Pie by Bliss Photo Courtesy of Doods
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    My recipe published by Southern Living. I found it about 30 years ago in a LHJ flyer on award winning recipes from country fairs. It's my favorite cherry pie recipe,and cherry pie's my favorite pie.

    Recipe #91851

    Melt in your mouth fresh strawberry pie - extremely picky hubby's favorite. I have cooked this quite successfully using half sugar and half Splenda, to cut down on the calories.

    Recipe #298342

    An easy to make fresh strawberry pie.

    Recipe #46649

    Flaky and perfect every time! From the KAF website.

    Recipe #483999

    This is a free form tart - no tart pan necessary! It's easy, delicious, and really looks great. You can use puff pastry or a pie crust for this.

    Recipe #480890

    This is a terrific all-purpose pie crust that you can use during the holiday season (or all year long) for your single-crust pie. This can be prepapred 2 days ahead of use; simply cover and refrigerate.

    Recipe #320803

    I grew up amid the citrus groves of Southern California in the '50s. On summer afternoons we kids would take a nap in the lemon grove, sun warming us, bees buzzing overhead. This pie tastes like my dreams there!

    Recipe #91797

    The easiest way to serve "Apple Pie" without the fuss. I Love the rustic presentation. Ina's recipe, inspired by George Germon and Johanne Killeen Cucina Simpatica. Prep time is total time including chilling the dough.

    Recipe #467397

    From Southern Living, a pie that's sure to please!

    Recipe #116848

    Pumpkin whipped cream recipe I stole from a sticky toffee pudding recipe on wildoats.com

    Recipe #196921

    A family recipe I've made for years for dozens of people. Only one hasnt liked it sofar. Coconut floats to the top and crisps, while pie makes its own very good crust. Serve while warm, it will fall apart if cut hot. (oh, and use flaked/shredded sweet coconut in the bag)

    Recipe #43824

    This pie is homemade AND quick and easy. The filling also makes a good puddding. Cook time is cooling time. Prep time does not include pie crust.

    Recipe #72112

    This is a foolproof pastry that never gets tough no matter how you handle it. It is a dream to handle and tastes great. The sour cream yields a tender flaky pastry.Originally posted by Mean Chef.

    Recipe #77062

    This came from the Moutain Network News recipes (www.mnn.net). This flaky crust works for both sweed and savory recipes. Make sure you refridgerate before rolling to maximize flakiness.

    Recipe #101210

    Amazing pie, from the cover of Bon Apetite Magazine, April 2007. From their R.S.V.P. column. This recipe comes from Jamie's Restaurant in Pensacola, FL. I served it at Memorial Day family get-together, and everyone said it was amazing. I agree. A bit time consuming to put together, but SO worth it! Time to make is an estimate (I didn't really keep track.) Freezing times are included in the "passive cooking time".

    Recipe #230880

    This pie is simple but so good! Use fresh red ripe strawberries only for this recipe. Plan ahead the pie needs to chill for a minimum of 3 hours before serving. You can also make this in a 9-inch glass baking dish. Prep time includes chilling time, cooking time is for the crust.

    Recipe #154241

    Took this to a church supper and brought the pie plate home virtually licked clean!

    Recipe #97740

    This is one of those things that turn out wonderfully with little effort. GREAT for weeknight desserts or when you need something nice and don't have much time to make it in! Posting so we have access to the shopping list!

    Recipe #208323

    Great home made flavor. Tastes like what you get in restaurants. I once had to make 10 of these for a family reunion!

    Recipe #16656

    36 Reviews |  By Dorel

    You will never have soggy crusts again if you make your pie like this. You can make this and freeze it for using later. UPDATE: I just finished doing it in the microwave, so much easier than standing over a pot stirring. It took about 15 minutes, stirring after the first 5 min and every couple minutes until thick and clear looking. I added the cornstarch mixture after the first 5 minutes.

    Recipe #100281

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